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Archaeology Summer Camps
Some children are completely smitten by History. They like to dig into the historical past of different countries, cultures, lands, etc. and find evidence of how life existed many years ago. Sometimes though there is a lot of interest, the correct kind of guidance and equipments needed are not available with many. Such history lovers can enroll themselves at archaeology summer camps which can help them fulfill their interests and goals.




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"Little Hitters" Junior Golf School - Bloomingdale Golf Club - 181 Glen Ellyn Rd, Bloomingdale, IL
Each session will go for two weeks, three days each of these weeks. The first week of school will cover some basic fundamentals, rules of the game, etiquette, and short game. The second week of school will focus on the full swing using the irons and woods. Proper golf attire is required. Please note if golf clubs are needed. 630-529-6232


Geography of Coconino County, AZ

According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 18,661.21 square miles , of which 18,617.42 square miles is land and 43.79 square miles is water. It is the second largest county in the U.S. after San Bernardino County in California and is also physically larger than many European nation-states. It has more land area than Connecticut , Delaware , Hawaii , Maryland , Massachusetts , New Hampshire , New Jersey , Rhode Island , or Vermont . The highest natural point in Arizona, Humphreys Peak at 12,637 feet , is located in Coconino County. Adjacent Counties Mohave County, Arizona - west Yavapai County, Arizona - south Gila County, Arizona - south Navajo County, Arizona - east San Juan County, Utah - northeast Kane County, Utah - north Indian reservations Coconino County has 7,142.42 square miles of federally designated Indian reservation , second only to Apache County, Arizona . In descending order of area within the county, the reservations are the Navajo Indian Reservation , Hualapai Indian Reservation , Hopi Indian Reservation , Havasupai Indian Reservation , and the Kaibab Indian Reservation . The Havasupai Reservation is the only one that lies entirely within the county's borders. Great Blue Herons at Tonys Tank , Coconino National Forest. San Francisco Peaks in background. National protected areas Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest Coconino National Forest Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Grand Canyon National Park Kaibab National Forest Prescott National Forest Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument Vermilion Cliffs National Monument Walnut Canyon National Monument Wupatki National Monument Major Highways Grand Canyon Railway trains at Williams Depot Interstate 17 Interstate 40 U.S. Route 89 U.S. Route 160 U.S. Route 180 Historic Route 66 through Flagstaff , Winslow , Williams , and Peach Springs State Route 64 State Route 87 State Route 89 State Route 98 State Route 99 State Route 260 State Route .

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